LG accuses Samsung of false advertising QLED-TVs
LG filed a complaint against Samsung, and the reason for initiating the lawsuit was that the latter allegedly “exaggerates, misleads” and violates the right of consumers to truthful information. LG claims that Samsung is tricking consumers when it points out in its ad that its TVs offer QLED displays.
In her complaint, which LG sent to the Fair Trade Commission, she points out that Samsung does not install real QLED panels created using quantum dot LEDs on its TVs.
In fact, the company installs liquid crystal displays with a minimum of quantum dots, and their number does not meet the technical standards that are presented to the QLED screen.
Samsung denies LG's allegations and claims that in days when there are problems in the domestic and international markets, gross disputes can cause confusion between consumers and market participants. She is ready to meet with LG in court to resolve the conflict.
The dispute itself unfolded against the backdrop of a recent statement by Samsung that, starting in 2017, it managed to sell 5.4 million QLED TVs. Its devices owe their success to technical superiority over competitors' products.
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